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Join us on a holiday to Zion National Park

Sprawling over Utah’s vast, wild southwest, Zion National Park radiates an otherworldly beauty.

The steep red cliffs that define this area are just one natural highlight of many, with scenic forest trails to get lost in, a surging river, and fairy-tale-like waterfalls to marvel at. With a Newmarket Holidays escorted tour, you’ll get the chance to take in everything it has to offer.

The best time to visit Zion National Park is Spring until mid-Autumn, but it’s an unforgettable destination year-round. Zion Canyon is the epicentre of the park and offers hiking opportunities right down at its floor in an area known as The Narrows. Other highlights include Angels Landing, a rock formation that requires a steep hike to get up. While the walk can be challenging, the peak delivers a panoramic view of Zion Canyon. 

A more serene overall experience is probably the Emerald Pools Trail. Once at the top, you’re rewarded with an incredible sight: three tiers of pools linked by stunning waterfalls, making it the perfect place to rest and eat while taking in your surroundings.

There are also numerous accommodation options in Zion National Park. If you prefer your creature comforts you can stay in any number of high-end hotels, from boutique residences to huge chains like Marriot. Camping is also a great option, and there are cabins available for rent and glamping sections too, if you want something in the middle of the wilderness.

Things to see in Zion National Park

Things to do in Zion National Park

Food and drink in Zion National Park

From independent breweries to trail snacks, Zion has it all



Just before the official entrance to the pub lies Zyon Canyon Brew Pub. This friendly spot offers beers brewed in their microbrewery, meaning you can get a real taste of the local culture and a cold beer to reward yourself after a day of hiking.

The land that Zion National Park is on historically belonged to the Southern Paiute, who used the Pinyon Pine nut as an important food. Keep them as a snack during your hike, but don’t be surprised when you go through your stash of this moreish nut a little too quickly!

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